• iHR 3.25.14

    Celebrate the 5th Annual Hemp History Week: June 2-8, 2014
    iHempRadio on the Time 4 Hemp network ihempradio-2
    Hosted by Anndrea Hermann
    March 25th 2014    6-7pmPST Listen Live here!
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    Guest #1:  Gerry Shapiro, President-Founder, Merry Hempsters, Inc   

    Gerry at Merry Hempster Booth

    Gerry at Merry Hempster Booth

    Website     Facebook   twitter: @MerryHempsters Contact: 888.SEED.OIL

    The Merry Hempsters are dedicated to promoting the extraordinary benefits of hemp seed oil (Cannabis sativa) through the production of uniquely effective and environmentally friendly vegan and organic hemp skin care products. We use only the finest quality natural ingredients in combination with cutting edge eco-friendly packaging. Core concepts of our mission are to produce effective hemp lip balms, salves, lotions and rubs, in concert with the environmental sustainability of our ingredients and packaging. This May will be our 20th year in business making us one of the if not oldest hemp companies in the U.S.

    Merry HempphilosophyheadWe strive to be responsible for the entire life span of all of our products from start to finish. Environmental sustainability, from the creation of the lip balm tubing we use (including all who take part in its creation) to the disposal of that tubing, is of utmost concern. We use only tree-free paper produced from hemp stock, soy based inks, and post-consumer recycled content in our correspondence and packaging. Our ultimate goal is to one day use only tree-free hemp stock for all our paper and packaging needs.


    All of our products feature Canadian Certified Organic Hemp Seed Oil as a primary base. Our lip balms, salves and rubs are all unique in their healing properties and intended use. Anyone interested in regaining or maintaining health through natural products has probably heard about the benefits of hemp and if you haven’t then we would like to share that information with you. Because of the genuine benefits of hemp seed oil and a growing awareness of the importance of sustainability, we have an established presence in the U.S and Canadian marketplace. We have been in business since 1994. Each year we show an increase in market exposure, not just because hemp has good marketing appeal, but because it really works! Hemp is nutritious, sustainable and versatile. It’s truly good for the body, mind and soul. For more details on hemp, visit our Hemp Info section.

    Guest #2 Shawn House, CEO/Founder, Hempzels,  Lancaster Trading House, Inc.,

    Shawn House- Hempzeler

    Shawn House- Hempzeler

    Website  Facebook  Contact: 800.USE.HEMP

    Hemp + Pretzels = “Hempzels®” – putting a new twist on some old favorites. Hand rolled by Pennsylvanian bakeries in small artisan batches. Creating customers one Hempzel at a time since 1997.

    About- The original hemp pretzels – Artisian hand made – goes great with our Horseradish Hemp & Honey Mustard – we love to hear from our fans.

    Mission- Continue to develop relationships with Pennsylvania food manufacturers so we can add hemp seed, value, to our products – ultimately contracting with Pennsylvania & US farmers for hemp seed raw materials & always working with our Canadian farmers whom we will never abandon.

    Hempzel Product Line Company Overview- Based near Hempfield Township, Pennsylvania, we sell retail direct through the website – we don’t have a store & ship wholesale direct to stores & business & use a few small food distributors to get our products to other customers.

    Description- Hemp plus pretzels was how Hempzels(tm) got started by Ralph Amato of No Problem Inc. I purchased the company when the Government was trying to ban hemp foods between 1999-2004. We expanded relationships with other production facilities from Sourdough Hand rolled hemp pretzels to Mustard, Soft Hempzel Pretzels, branching out under Natalie’s choice also on facebook we have 100% hemp seed nut-less butter produced, raspberry hemp jams too. Retail direct through hempzels.com, wholesale direct with limited distributors.

    Hempzels- supports!

    Hempzel Car
    Hempzel History
    Bringing It Home Movie‘s director Linda Booker will be joining Teens Turning Green‘s Ashley Ugarte tomorrow night at 5pm (3/25/2014) in the Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium at the University of Louisville for a film screening and discussion! Cosponsored by University of Louisville Eco-Reps and Hemp History Week.
    Industrial Hemp | Colorado Department of Agriculture http://1.usa.gov/1gVAyF0  Letter to US Ag. Commissioner Tom Vilsack from Governor John W. Hickenlooper
    Chateau Maris winery raises glass to hemp cellar, net-zero building | GreenBiz.com http://bit.ly/1oAk8UC
    Product Review: Datsusara Gear Bag Mini | Breaking Muscle http://bit.ly/1iFElXs
    Great work being done on the issue of hemp by the good people at Rural Vermont! Great crowd for the hemp event in Middlebury tonight. — with Robb Kidd at Hemp Happening: Hemp Networking and Hemp Film Screening.
    College of Biological Sciences professors say the bill could expand crop studies. U of Minn.
    Entrepreneur says alternative kenaf, hemp crops could be boon for small-scale farmers. KY Forward
    Naturally Splendid hits new 52-week high as hemp attracts
    www.proactiveinvestors.com Shares of Naturally Splendid (CVE:NSP) were on a tear on Monday, soaring 30% to reach a new annual high as shares of medical marijuana stocks fell today following a Canadian Federal Court injunction, with investors perhaps seeking a safer alternative in the hemp industry.
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  • iHR 3.18.14

    Recreator Hemp vs Cotton
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    iHempRadio on the Time 4 Hemp network ihempradio-2
    March 18th 2014
    6-7pmPST Listen here!

    Guest #1 Matt McClain, Co-Founder and Director of Operations, Recreator

    Website  Facebook: Kickstarter twitter: @RecreatorLA

    Recreator Hemp Apparel

    Recreator is an apparel brand specializing in hemp. All of our clothes are made locally in downtown LA and printed by Recreator using water-based inks. All of our apparel is made in Los Angeles: dye, cut, sew, and print.


    Our graphics are curated from submissions through our artist network. We advocate for the revival of the American hemp trade: that includes farmers and entrepreneurs. Recreator is an active lifestyle brand specializing in hemp. We collaborate with artists of all backgrounds: music, film, graphic design, graffiti, etc. We’re working toward using American hemp fibers in as many products as possible.


    The 100% Hemp T-Shirt

    Recreator Get your Own Hemp T

    Recreator Get your Own Hemp T

    After years of groundwork, our team came together in Los Angeles to bring superior hemp goods to market. Launching out with graphic T-shirts lays the foundation for an American hemp lifestyle brand.

    Everyone wants a 100% HEMP T-SHIRT. Here’s why:

    This specialty knit is light and drapes around your body. It is more durable than most T-shirts you’ve worn but almost feels like silk. The hemp fibers wick away moisture and keep you cool in warm weather. The fabric’s air chambers respond to the environment, trapping in body heat when it’s cold out.

    This rare good is the BEST 100% HEMP T-SHIRT on the market…

    And it is only available Direct to Customer exclusively on Kickstarter. Hemp has some amazing qualities. Hemp outperforms and outlasts all other natural fibers.

    Quality Craftsmanship

    Lightweight, Jersey Knit T-shirts. Recreator Hemp garments are neither itchy nor coarse. No viscose. Pre-shrunk. Soft to the Rec hemp vs cothand. Low-impact dyed and semi-bleached hemp. Water-based inks. Minimal waste and low ecological footprint. The standard of excellence in Digital Printing Technology.

    Attention to detail and quality control. Local small batch Cut and Sew. Extended length and athletic cut designed for recreational use. Custom fit achieved by shaping when wet and hanging dry. Hand-finished in our DTLA basecamp by the Recreator team.

    We are located in the core of the hemp industry. Our partners include:

    • #1 specialty hemp importer in the United States

    • Dye houses experienced in treating hemp

    • Cut & Sew manufacturer with a touch for organic fabrics

    • Local hemp paper printing facility


    Recreator Artist Program

    Artists receive up to 12.5% revenue share on their designs. Many artists have pledged their skills to mold Recreator into a creative co-op; three are featured in this campaign. This talented bunch handles our exploration of symbol and style.

    We also collaborate with filmmakers, musicians, and fashion designers to create a breakthrough brand. With your help, we will be launching more artists and band merchandise this summer.


    Guest #2:  Elishewa Shalom, Founder, Artisan Hemp Paper 

    Website     Facebook     Kickstarter    twitter: @ArtisanHemp

    Elishewa Shalom, of Natureflections and Artisan Hemp

    Elishewa Shalom, of Natureflections and Artisan Hemp

    Artisan Hemp Paper Project

    Intention is to heal Earth by growing the hemp paper industry. First step – Research and develop hemp fiber processing for paper artisan hempmaking and product development.


    • My name is Elishewa Shalom.

      • I became passionate about hemp after discovering the book “The Emperor Wears No Clothes”, by Jack Herrer when I was in high school.

      • In 2005, I was taking many nature photographs and upon the positive reactions to family and friends, began making photo greeting cards and selling the cards locally.

      • I switched to using hemp paper for the cards, merging my passions for hemp and business – seeing the company as a vehicle for activism to promote environmental change.

      • In 2012, out of frustration due to extremely limited sources of hemp paper available amidst an abundance of information on its benefits, I began renting studio time and instruction at a local art studio to learn about hemp paper making.

      • Guest lecturer on Hemp Paper at Oregon State University College of Forestry WSE 266 Industrial Hemp course.

    What We Need & What You Get:

    Handmade Artisan Hemp Paper

    Handmade Artisan Hemp Paper

    Here is what the money will go towards:

    • Supplies – Hemp Fibers, paper making materials such as felts, molds/ deckles.

    • Studio Time and classes – I rent a studio hourly. Processing fibers into pulp takes at least 6 hours total. Sheet forming is very time consuming as well – I like to think of it as a meditation.

    • Greeting Cards printing, including new designs.

    • I will take scrupulous notes and write a book all about hemp paper making.

    • Natureflections greeting cards feature nature’s healing beauty. They are blank inside and can be used for any occasion. They are wonderful to send to family and friends for birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, valentine’s Mothers Day, Father’s Day and every day, or to frame and hang on a wall or prop on an altar. The healing colors and vibrations of nature is a great way to lift anyone’s spirits. The images are inspirational and a reminder that life is beautiful. Original limited edition print will feature a surprise image related to cannabis and will be printed with a hand-press, a beautiful old-school technique.

    • If I don’t reach my entire goal, I will use the funds only for hemp fibers and studio time and not invest in new molds/deckles, felts, or card printing and use cards that are already in stock to fulfill orders. (New molds and deckles will help make higher quality paper and various sizes and shapes.)

    • If over $10k is raised, I will make even more hemp paper! The goal is to do this full time. If more than $50k is raised, I will begin building a hemp paper making studio. Right now, I rent and have to work around studio hours, classes, and other renters.  I would love to work all day and night. Also, the beater and equipment is shared and used for various fibers- many other artists use dyes and fixers too, which sometimes rub off on my paper, making it difficult to produce purely natural paper. I also intend to experiment with natural plant dyes to make colored paper. Also will invest in automatic production by procuring or building a fourdrinier type belt style machine to be able to produce larger quantities of paper that are of consistent quality.

    The Impact

    As America prepares for the reincarnation of its hemp industry, we need to setup hemp fiber processing facilities. I believe that researching and working with hemp on a small scale will prove invaluable when it is time to establish large scale hemp paper

    Tony, Adam and Anndrea help Elishewa Shalom, of Natureflections and Artisan Hemp make hemp paper

    Tony, Adam and Anndrea helping Elishewa Shalom, of Natureflections and Artisan Hemp make hemp paper


    • Hemp is much better for the environment than tree paper – Hemp cleans the air, earth, and water as it grows. It can be recycled 7-8 times and is archival!

    • Hemp does not require toxic chemicals for pulping, unlike timber which uses dioxins to remove lignins for pulping (which is a reason why the paper industry is one of the largest causes of water pollution on the planet.)

    • Hemp can be grown for seed and the stalk made into paper – a very efficient way to utilize precious farmland. Hemp also does not require much water and can grow very easily.

    • There are so many reasons to support hemp!

    • We are all connected – All One! Let’s work together to heal the planet and create a sustainable new Earth for future generations.

    Other Ways You Can Help

    • Like and share on Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Google + and More!

    • Get the word out however you can.

    Love and Gratitude!

    News from Vote Hemp and The Hemp Industries Association

    1. Hemp-Tahini Tofu Rice Wraps » Erin Bronner’s Kitchen » Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soapshttp://bit.ly/1gKNiKT Six of Erin Bronner’s hemp-infused recipes are featured in the latest of issue of Delicious Living! Find all the recipes on her blog at http://www.erinbronnerskitchen.com/ or in the magazine’s feature here: http://bit.ly/1lJ5glb
    2. Photo Gallery: Hungry for hemp! 6 healthy hemp recipes | Delicious Livinghttp://bit.ly/1lJ5glb Look for more of Erin Bronner’s culinary creations at http://erinbronnerskitchen.com/ and get to know hemp foods with these hemp-tastic options!
    3. JUNGMAVEN French terry cloth tank tops!
    4. Hemp is Happening- Are your coming to the Hemp Happening and Networking event in Middlebury, Vermont this Wednesday 3/19 night at the Ilsley Public Library at 6pm? If you are interested in join Rural Vermont, Vote Hemp, and Full Sun Company as we rebuild the hemp economy. If you have any questions email robb@ruralvermont.org
    5. The 5th annual Hemp History Week is this June 2-8! It’s time to grow your hemp community by hosting an event. SIGN UP TODAY: http://hemphistoryweek.com/events/event-submission/Hurry & register before APRIL 18th to be considered for product samples from our great sponsors like Nature’s Path Organic Foods, Living Harvest Tempt, Nutiva, Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps and Manitoba Harvest Hemp Foods (while supplies last)
    6. Now, gluten-free crackers made from hemp flour and decaffeinated green tea leaves | Business Standard http://bit.ly/1gvHnNa “he findings of this study, where hemp flour and decaffeinated green tea leaves were incorporated into crackers, suggest that consumers may benefit from consuming these gluten-free crackers with superior nutritional qualities in terms of high protein, crude fibers, minerals and essential fatty acids content and antioxidant properties.”
    7. Please sign the Virginia Industrial Hemp Coalition petition to The Virginia General Assembly & Governor Terry McAuliffe | Change.orghttp://chn.ge/OicWj8 We hereby petition the General Assembly and Governor Terry McAuliffe to pass legislation that licenses and regulates the production of Industrial Hemp as an industrial and agricultural commodity.
    8. Iranian researchers produce high-quality hemp paper | Business Recorder http://bit.ly/1e3alTD “The project, `Production and using hemp pulp nanofibers to improve kraft paper properties,’ was conducted with hemp pulp brown kraft paper production carried out in Iran and other stages carried out in Sweden. They found that composite papers or papers covered by nanofibers of hemp kraft pulp had improved physical and chemical properties than composite papers or papers covered by nanofibers of commercially-produced coniferous kraft pulp. The project indicated that, using hemp kraft pulp as a non-lignin ligno-celluloid plant as raw material, and using less than 400kWh electricity, celluloid nanofibers would be produced mechanically. The current cost of production of celluloid nanofibers from this pulp falls to less than $ 6.5 per kilogram of the nanofiber (Posted by Parvez Jabri).”
    9. Idea of industrial hemp grows on Nebraska lawmakers | Omaha World-Herald http://bit.ly/1lDp9tT

    10. Nebraska’s industrial hemp bill receives overwhelming support on floor | Sioux City Journal http://bit.ly/PpAWli

    11. SB 2495, the industrial hemp farming bill, has passed in the Tennessee Senate!

    12. House made of hemp | Stuff.co.nz http://bit.ly/1dbLREe

    13. Sneak peak - Living Harvest Tempt Hemp Yogurt!

    14. Q&A: What are hemp hearts? | HT Health - Herald-Tribune Media Group Group http://bit.ly/1dIwl6a

    15. Anndrea Hermann and Ruth Fahrbach are representing the Hemp Industries Association (HIA) and Vote Hemp well at the National Farmers Union convention in Santa Fe, New Mexico! National Farmers Union Convention in Santa Fe (9 photos) Vote Hemp at the National Farmers Union Convention in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

    16. Sneak peek: Manitoba Harvest Hemp Foods Hemp Heart Snax!

    17. Dr. Bronner’s Soap Pumps $100k Into Anti-GMO Measure In Oregon | Willamette Week http://bit.ly/1kvNHYt

    18. 2013 Annual Retail Sales for Hemp Products Exceeds $581 Million | Hemp Industries Association http://thehia.org/PR/2014-02-28-hia_$581_million_annual_sales.html

    19. Please call or write to Indiana Governor Mike Pence today and ask him to sign SB 357, the industrial hemp farming bill. The phone number and email form is at: http://www.in.gov/gov/2333.htm If you choose to email, there is a drop down menu that requires you to pick subject matter. Please use “Agriculture, Indiana State Department of” and fill out the rest of the required fields. Here is a suggested email:

    Dear Governor Pence,

    Please sign SB 357, the industrial hemp farming bill. Industrial hemp has been defined in federal law or the first time in the Farm Bill and research is allowed in hemp farming states now. You may read Section 7606 of the Farm Bill at: https://votehemp.com/7606

    If you would like to learn more about the issue of hemp please read the Congressional Research Service report “Hemp as an Agricultural Commodity” by Renée Johnson, February 14, 2014, which is available at: http://votehemp.com/CRS



  • iHR 3.11.14

    Adam, Ariel  and Rob

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    March 11th 2014  Show Archive: Listen here!

    Guest #1 Adam Eidinger, Director of Social Action, Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps, Far left 

    Adam, Ariel  and Rob

    Adam, Ariel and Rob

    Website  Twitter: @DrBronner @aeidinger Facebook:

    Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps was created as a medium for spreading Emanuel Bronner’s philosophy for uniting the human race. The company continues to be a vehicle for spreading progressive values to this day. From creating videos about our activist projects to generating earned media in major media outlets, Dr. Bronner’s uses a variety of mediums for sharing our story and our vision for a better world.

    Here is a great video of David Bronner standing up for the rights of American Farmers to cultivate industrial hemp.



    The Bronner family is committed to helping transition our major industries away from polluting, unsustainable materials and methods to cleaner, more sustainable ones. Hemp’s excellent fiber can replace virgin timber pulp in paper, glass fibers in construction and automotive composites, and pesticide-intensive cotton in textiles. Because of its huge market potential and high biomass/cellulose content, hemp is an ideal future crop for producing bio-ethanol and bio-plastics. However, the U.S. government, alone among the major industrialized nations, effectively prohibits domestic hemp cultivation — due primarily to “reefer madness” and confusion regarding hemp’s psychoactive cousin, “marijuana.”

    Industrial hemp is the non-psychoactive varieties of the Cannabis plant grown for fiber and seed. Hemp has a remarkable number of beneficial uses, and we support its application in agriculture, manufacturing and trade. Dr. Bronner’s uses hemp oil as a superfatting ingredient in all our soaps because of its unsurpassed essential fatty acid (EFA) content. Hemp oil makes our soap lather smoother and less drying, and it is an excellent moisturizer in our lotions and balms.

    david bronnersIn 2001, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) under the Bush administration attempted to destroy the revitalized U.S. hemp industry, issuing regulations purporting to interpret existing law and declaring hemp illegal, and seized shipments of hemp seed and oil at the Canadian border. Dr. Bronner’s funded and helped coordinate the hemp industry’s protracted and ultimately successful litigation with the DEA, which culminated in a clean defeat of the new DEA regulations on February 6, 2004 in the federal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. David Bronner serves on the Vote Hemp Board of Directors and is involved with the Hemp Industries Association (HIA) where he currently serves on the Board of Advisors and as Chair of the Food & Oil Committee.

    The Bronner family is supporting Vote Hemp and the HIA’s legal, media, grassroots and lobbying efforts to re-commercialize industrial hemp in the U.S. Dr. Bronner’s is also the founding sponsor of Hemp History Week, an annual campaign launched in May of 2010. Hemp History Week is the largest national grassroots marketing and public education effort created to renew strong support for hemp farming in the U.S. and raise awareness about the benefits of a hemp economy.

    If you are a member of the media who is interested in reporting on Dr. Bronner’s, please visit our Media Center for more information and resources. Soap Making


    Guest #2 Riley Cote, Founder Hemp Heals Foundation

    Website URL: http://hemphealsfoundation.com/     Facebook  @hemp_heals

    The Hemp Heals Foundation is a 501c(3) non-profit organization created by former Philadelphia Flyer tough guy Riley cote hhfest Cote. Riley’s quest is to help teach people the power of nutrition and sustainable lifestyles. Focusing on the prevention of disease and attaining optimum health. The misunderstood Cannabis hemp plant is in fact the most useful plant that grows on this planet. A renewable resource that has been used across the globe for thousands of years. Whole foods such as hemp foods possess an array of nutrients, vitamins and minerals which are powerful healing properties that keep body balanced on a cellular level. Hemp is much more than a nutritional powerhouse, it’s the world’s most perfect plant.


    HEMP is a distinct variety of the Cannabis sativa plants with thousands of eco-friendly uses including food, fuel, fiber, paper and hemp heals medicine that could help save the economy.  Eating a diet of nutrient rich superfoods like hemp help heal the body, and aid in the prevention of disease. Adding these healing foods to your diet will fuel your body with high amounts of EFA’s (Essential Fatty Acids or Omegas), which have many anti-inflammatory properties. Hemp is also a good source of highly digestible protein and dietary fiber.  Adding more superfoods to your diet will enhance the quality of life for all people. Prevention of disease is often overlooked due to the lack of education on the subject.







  • iHempRadio 3-4-14

    iHempRadio on the Time 4 Hemp network

    March 4th 2014  Show Archive: Listen here!

    Guest #1 Jeffery Von Stetten, Author The Psychology of Hemp in America and Owner Jeff’s Best Hemp

    Twitter: @JeffsBestHemp Facebook  Youtube

    The Psychology of Hemp in America Written by Jeffrey Von Stetten, Founder and Owner of Jeff’s Best Hemp!, Natural Products

    The Psychology of Hemp in America Written by Jeffrey Von Stetten

    The Psychology of Hemp in America Written by Jeffrey Von Stetten

    Educator, Clinical Nutritionist, Behavioural Specialist as well as an avid and tenacious hemp enthusiast. The Psychology of Hemp in America takes a solid and step by step look at the misinformation and propaganda that has kept hemp agriculture of all varieties illegal in the United States for years. By addressing the wrongful thoughts, that perpetuate the wrongful actions and perceptions of so many people in the United States and elsewhere.This book seeks to empower anyone and everyone who wishes to know with accurate and truthful information to the most popular and common Meme’s that have plagued the American people in their thought processes of hemp for almost a century. Delivered in a fun, personable, and detailed enthusiastic manner, this book is loaded with information derived both from personal perspective and opinion, as well as from a wide variety of resources and scholars. This is a must read for anyone who wants to know the truth about hemp in America once and for all.

     About Jeff’s Best Hemp

    Jeff's Best ImageJeff’s Best Hemp provides raw vegan ultra pure hemp superfoods and bodycare products. Jeff’s Best Hemp! is packed in glass and is Xeno-Estrogen FREE! Healthy Fats, such as hemp, stored in plastics develop Xeno-Estrogens which mimic Estrogen in the human body putting the consumer at risk for a myriad of illnesses and very serious health issues. As a cancer survivor, Jeffery does not take the issue of Xeno-Estrogens, MTBE, or Bisphenol-A lightly and you shouldn’t either!

    Jeff’s Best Hemp! is a compassionate company and contributes 3-5% profits from each bottle of Jeff’s Best Hemp! to the Susan G. Komen-Race for the Cure. A purchase of Jeff’s Best Hemp! is a purchase toward fighting Cancer. Jeffery hopes you enjoy, benefit, and celebrate the beauty of this mineral rich, gorgeous, and pure hemp products as much as he does!


    Vote Hemp

    Vote Hemp

    Guest #2 : Ben Broz, Legislative Liaison of Vote Hemp

    Twitter: @Votehemp Facebook

    Vote Hemp is a national, single-issue, non-profit advocacy group founded in 2000 by members of the hemp industry to remove

    barriers to industrial hemp farming in the U.S. through education, legislation and advocacy. We work to build grassroots support for hemp through voter education, registration and mobilization, as well as defend against any new laws, regulations or policies that would prohibit or restrict hemp trade. Industrial hemp is the non-psychoactive, low-THC, oilseed and fiber varieties of the Cannabis sativa plant. Hemp has absolutely no use as a recreational drug.


    Guest #3: Summer Star Haeske,  Director of Sales & Marketing, EnviroTextiles, LLC

    Twitter: @ EnviroTextiles1  Facebooket logo

    A leader in Eco-Friendly, Sustainable, and Bio-Degradable Products

    ET CO MeetingOur Mission Statement:  EnviroTextiles LLC is committed to providing superior plantSummer and I fiber textiles, leaving the smallest environmental footprint as possible, and ensuring that the local economy benefits from our business.  Founded on the principles of environmental protection, fair trade, and corporate responsibility, we actively promote sustainability. 

    Envirotextiles in Glenwood Springs, CO, is a pioneer in the development of hemp and hemp blend textiles and are industry leaders in the efforts to improve corporate responsibility and transparency in manufacturing processes and labeling.